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Is there any way to determine an estimated project date by number of resources allocated? I have set up all my tasks to automatic and effort driven and identified critical tasks and dependencies, but there doesn't seem to be any way to figure out what my projected date is based on whether I have 1, 2, 3 or 4 workers for example (estimated, so spread evenly through the project).


The high level question I want to answer is what is my end date if I add X number of resources to the project.


I have tried just assigning one resource to every task and levelling the project but this is deemed an overallocation that Project can't solve.
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